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FOX News
Oct 26, 2012 4:00pm PDT
devastated so many businesses. doug mckelway has the news. live tonight in golf shores, alabama. hey, doug. >> hey, shep. you know, two years since the worst he can logical disaster in u.s. history. the beaches here at gulf shores, alabama are absolutely pristine. the politics of the cleanup are anything but that one local congressman joe bonner saying it's the worst of chicago politics. closed door negotiations are underway in washington between the governor of all the gulf states. the justice department and bp oil to determine just how much bp should be fined. the fines will be huge, up to $20 billion. last june, an expectation of that windfall congress passed what they call the restore act which requires that 80% of that money be dispersed by local officials to compensate not just for he can logical damage but for economic damage, too. >> we were devastated. we were closed for the summer of 2010, which is our year. we are seasonal destination. >> but sources say that justice department negotiators are steering the finds through the national resources damage assessment which would requir
FOX News
Oct 29, 2012 4:00pm PDT
. our doug mckelway is live. what are conditions live like there now? >> not all that bad. just about an hour are a or two ago. governor had a press conference in the hotel we are staying. it would be premature that the beach dodged a bullet here but it looks like we are headed in that direction. something like 660 people from delaware are in cheryl's tonight but there have been no major injuries and no deaths. the other piece of really good news, just as steve harrigan described about 40 miles to the south of ocean city, right here we are on the back end of the storm now. so the wind is coming from the west. yesterday it was coming from the northeast. we're expecting high tide at 8:10 just about 40 minutes away. that water should be lapping up right against these dunes as it was last night. it's not. it's still pretty far out. that's because of this westerly wind which is going to keep the sturgeon from overtaking the dunes here tonight. it's going to be pushing it back out to sea, that's very very good news and we'll keep our fingers crossed that it continues to happen at 8:10 when
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